[ kahr-pawf, -pof; Russian kahr-puhf ]
/ ˈkɑr pɔf, -pɒf; Russian ˈkɑr pəf /
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A·na·to·ly [an-uh-toh-lee; Russian uh-nuh-taw-lyee], /ˌæn əˈtoʊ li; Russian ʌ nʌˈtɔ lyi/, born 1951, Russian chess player.
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How to use Karpov in a sentence
Karpov, Kuznetsov, Stepanova and Khimina were all sanctioned under the U.S. Magnitsky Act in April 2013.
Karpov alleged that he was honor-bound to protect his “substantial reputation in the jurisdiction of England and Wales.”
Neither the flacks nor the lawyers would confirm their fee arrangements with Karpov.
Hermitage asked for the return of the materials but was told they were in the custody Karpov.
Magnitsky testified, naming Karpov, Kuznetsov, and other officials.
British Dictionary definitions for Karpov
/ (Russian ˈkarpəf) /
Anatoly (anaˈtɔlij). born 1951, Russian chess player and politician: world champion (1975–85); FIDE world champion (1993–99); member of the Russian Civic Chamber from 2005
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